Reminds me of this recent story:
Manitoba government says searching landfill for remains of Indigenous women too risky - Winnipeg Sun, 6 July 2023
The Manitoba government appeared to all but shut the door Wednesday on a proposed search for the remains of two slain Indigenous women believed to be in a landfill north of Winnipeg.
Premier Heather Stefanson, after meeting with some relatives of the slain women, cited a recent feasibility study on the proposed search and said it would pose a health risk to workers with no guarantee the remains would be found.
"Feasible", say the Feds, who though they funded the study which reached the conclusion they had already decided upon, are not actually, at least at this point, ready to pay.
And though one of the chiefs says not doing the work "sends the wrong message", isn't $185 million an awful lot to possibly retrieve two dead bodies? Think of the housing that would build. Think of the healthcare that could buy.
This is the thing you cannot fail to notice about these 'activists'. They have no concept of money. It's no wonder. It's highly likely that none of them have ever worked at a job.
And certainly, they are not interested in doing the time-consuming and hazardous work to possibly retrieve two dead bodies.
Unlike the CBC, the Winnipeg Sun allows comments, only lightly moderated:
I haven't seen anything to state that these people are willing to put up their own money, or workers to excavate the landfill.
So they want to spend millions, risk the health and safety of workers to dig a landfill where human remains might or might not be buried, yet hundreds of suspected graves sites remain just that suspected grave sites, without any proof of what they are, it would cost at most a few thousands with little or no risks to workers to dig up at least a few of the suspected sites, but no let's go for millions and all the associated risks for an overwhelming chance of not finding anything at all.